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Croatian Design: Eco Pattern Rings & Bracelets

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In an age of increasing cheap imports we like to showcase 100% Croatian designed and made products…

We have recently featured Diversis Media creative studio, who launched a cool range of wood kitchen products. Now Ann Pavletić and Filip Janičić, the creatives behind the Paul Faber brand, have launched a funky range of eco jewellery.

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The pattern rings and bracelets, and the rest of their collection, can be found at Store Number Two, Sole Luna Design Store, Getgetget Concept Store, D’AR : ConceptStore Korcula, LUX Croatian Design and Art Concept Store, Souvenirs by “kola-Fjaka” and Duchkas Concept Store Dubrovnik.

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